This was our second time to eat at this restaurant. The food was even better than the first time. The pumpkin soup was outstanding. The rice dish called Pilou was fantastic as were the beans and chapati bread. The owner Christina is very charming and eager to make the experience enjoyable. This is definitely the best place to experience Tanzanian cooking.
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